Accreditation of Vocational Learning Outcomes: Perspectives for a European Transfer
|Authors:||Tutschner, Roland (Eds.)||Other Authors:||Wittig, Wolfgang
The fundamental principle that EQF and ECVET have in common is the description of qualifications in terms of learning outcomes. The background for implementing this outcome-based approach in the European education and training systems, however, is quite diverse. This situation is addressed by the CREDIVOC project, which involves partners from Austria, Finland, France, Germany and Ireland and focuses on the identification, testing and transfer of instruments that can be used for the recognition and accreditation of learning outcomes from initial and continuing vocational education and training for further education. The present publication is the major outcome of the first phase of the project, which aimed at the production of a general overview of the accreditation procedures and instruments in the partner countries. To this end, national case studies concerning the accreditation of vocational learning outcomes in Austria, Finland, France, Germany and Ireland have been carried out by the project partners. In order to allow for comparison between the different national approaches a common analytical framework was adopted. The criteria focus especially on the type of recognition (individual vs. blanket recognition) and the methodology of the assessment tools or instruments used. A synthesis report summarises the results of the national case studies and draws some conclusions as to what types of accreditation procedures and instruments might be appropriate for improving the transparency of qualifications and the mobility between educational programmes in Europe.
|Keywords:||EQF, ECVET, VET, Vocational Education, Voocational Training, Berufsbildung, Berufsbildungsforschung||Issue Date:||2009||Publisher:||Institut Technik und Bildung||Journal:||ITB-Forschungsberichte||Series/Report no.:||ITB-Forschungsberichte||Note:||43||Band:||43/2009||Pages:||136||Type:||Buch, Monographie||ISSN:||1610-0875||URN:||urn:nbn:de:gbv:46-ep000106868||Institution:||Universität Bremen||Institute:||ITB Institut Technik und Bildung|
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